Suspending and reapplying next year? Finance?(EU student) Watch

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So, basically, even though I did a lot of research at home when I was firming my choice, I ended up choosing a lower ranking uni, where I am barely stimulated by what we are learnning. I've also realised that my degree choice was not the best. As a result, I am utterly depressed. Due to Brexit, I am unsure whether I will have to pay international fees if I reapply next year (while taking an A-level) or it will be home fees as I "entered the system" in 2019 and only suspended.
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(Original post by zsoka05)
So, basically, even though I did a lot of research at home when I was firming my choice, I ended up choosing a lower ranking uni, where I am barely stimulated by what we are learnning. I've also realised that my degree choice was not the best. As a result, I am utterly depressed. Due to Brexit, I am unsure whether I will have to pay international fees if I reapply next year (while taking an A-level) or it will be home fees as I "entered the system" in 2019 and only suspended.
Hi Zsoka,
Sorry that you have not had a response yet. EU applicants won’t have to pay international fees in the 20/21 academic year.
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